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It Is Well With My Soul

A Homily for Trinity XII August 30, 2020 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Mark 7:31-37 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. “He has done all things well.” Mark 7:37 On November 30, 1873 Horatio G. Spafford received the following message from his wife: “Saved alone, what shall I do?” Spafford was a successful businessman, lawyer, and devoted Christian from Chicago. He, his wife, and four daughters had intended to travel to Europe onboard the French ocean liner Ville du Havre, but a business obligation kept him behind. So, the rest of his family went ahead and he would take anothe

What the Love of God Drives Us To

A Homily for Trinity XI August 23, 2020 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Matthew 23:13-31 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. There are parts of scripture that are uncomfortable, and don’t fit our preconceived notions of what a kind and loving God should be. Instead, we read them and think that we would really rather not read that part again, and then in the future we find ourselves tempted to skip over those sections. But, if we want to grow in knowing God, if we want to grow in intimacy with Him, we can’t dismiss the parts that make us uncomfortable. We can’t simply skim over

Jesus Wept Over It

A Homily for Trinity X August 16, 2020 All saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Luke 19:41-47a Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. “When he drew near and saw the city, he wept over it.” Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem because the people had rejected the prince of peace. The prince who rode into the city on a donkey to bring the good new of sinners set free was rejected and would soon be hung upon a cross. Would soon take upon himself the sin and shame of the world. But the city of peace rejected their prince of peace. The holy city, turned away from the holy man. And Christ mourn

The Older Brother

A Homily for Trinity IX August 9, 2020 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Luke 15:11-23 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. This morning as I was editing this sermon, I realized that it was nineteen years ago this month that I met Jesus for the first time. In the pits of my depression, loneliness, and lostness I asked the question “what is true?” My walk with Him has been far from perfect, I fear at times it has been more marred by sin, and selfishness than a genuine desire to burn for Christ. But I remember meeting him, diving in deep, falling in love in a joy-filled way. I pray

Our Heavenly Father

A Homily for Trinity 8 August 2, 2020 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Romans 8:12-17 Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of our hearts be always acceptable in thy sight, O Lord our strength and our redeemer. Amen. This morning I want to start with a question. Just hold on to your answer for now, and we’ll get back to it in a little bit. I want you to take a moment and think about when you pray – how do you address God? Do you say “God”? “Lord?” “Heavenly Father?” Do you say something else? It’s pretty unlike you thought of something incorrect. So for now, just hold on to what you thought and I promise we’ll come back to it. Now, this morning, instead of focusing on th

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